The City of Selkirk is investing $1.4 million into streets and waterlines this year as part of an ongoing effort to upgrade the city’s aging infrastructure. Work is already underway on Sophia and Jemima streets and one block of Pittsburgh Avenue will be paved this year, pending Municipal Board approval. Selkirk Park pool will be…Details
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May 10th is Census Day. Every citizen counted in the census brings thousands into Manitoba and Selkirk every year. It’s census time again and if you need a little motivation to get you excited about making sure you are counted in the nation-wide information gathering exercise this May 10, here’s a little – every Selkirk…Details
April 28th marks the National Day of Mourning for the workers killed or injured on the job. The National Day, held annually, was officially recognized by the federal government in 1991, eight years after the day of remembrance was launched by the Canadian Labour Congress. The Day of Mourning has since spread to about 80…Details
Annual Spring Cleanup in Selkirk will take place from Monday May 23rd to Friday May 27th.
Further information will be posted before May 10th, 2016
If you have any specific questions prior to May 10th, please contact the Operations Department
The Selkirk Noventis Team has been collecting donations all week on behalf of the couple that fell victim to a home invasion and assault on Sunday April 2nd in Selkirk. If you would would like to help, the team is still collecting cards, flowers and cash donations at the Selkirk Noventis Credit Union. MAP The family…Details